What are the latest entries to the OED in March 2020, and what do they mean? How do words get into the OED?
You might be surprised about how many everyday words and phrases come from Shakespeare. But what about the less common words?
We all know the phrase: “It’s not what you say, it’s the way you say it.” How can you connect to your reader on a personal level?
Readability is of great importance when writing speeches and communicating with others. How are the principles of readability used at the UN?
From the 1960s onward, linguists were making readability formulas easier and quicker to calculate. How can the graph-based Fry formula help you improve your readability?
It’s important to reach an international audience with your content. But, what is IELTS and why consider it for your content's readability?
A group of readability experts thought readability formulas needed a shake-up. How did they do it, and how can Powers Sumner Kearl best be used?
The Raygor readability graph promised a quick and easy readability grade. But, where does it come from, and how can it best be used?
Readability is a crucial skill to have as a writer. But, what is the history of readability, and what can it teach us?
The belief that the Inuit have dozens of different words for snow has become a widely known piece of linguistic trivia. But, where did this belief come from, and how close is it to the truth?
The British Forces are going to war with acronyms. The defense minister, Stuart Andrew, has banned the use of acronyms and abbreviations in his office. Smart move, or will it all go FUBAR?